If you were to speak to your best friend the same way you talk to yourself, would you have best friend any more? I’m guessing not.
We can all be so mean and cruel to ourselves, and yet we accept it as a normal part of our life.
This just isn’t right!
According to the National Science Foundation the average person has about 12 to 60,000 thoughts per day. Of those around 85% are negative. Why are we our own worse enemy? What would your life look like if you could become your number one fan?
The benefits of this are huge. Imagine going to bed at night knowing you’ve done your best work or waking up and giving yourself the praise and encouragement you need to take on the challenges of the day. Oh yes, there will be challenges, they are the entry ticket for a well lived life. Being in a position to say, “you got this,” will help you face those challenges and see them as obstacles to get around rather than barriers to turn you around.
Here is your freebie for the day.
Listen to your voices, hear what they are saying to you. Don’ focus on the details, that will take you down a path you’ve walked down too many times. All I want you to do is learn how to identify them.
Acknowledge what they say and simply respond, I don’t want t think about that now. That’s it, shut up the negative chatter in your brain.
This process will help to heal relationship you have with yourself and see you as the hero of your story. By being the hero, I don’t mean making it all about yourself, remember heroes are called that because they are helping someone or something other than themselves, but they are confident enough in their own skin to be their own number one fan. They know who they are and where they are goin. You can do the same.
For more information on the process or for a helping hand reach out to me - mpbcoaching.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for watch, now go be a champion of change.